New O Gauge Layout in Under 144 Square Feet

I dug the rest of my Western Maryland information out of that closet last evening.  There was more than I remembered.  Seven hard back books, a couple paperback books, two 3" magazine boxes, and miscellaneous papers.  Yes I would say there was an interest in the WM.  I had looked at various portions from Cumberland on int West Virginia for inspiration for a layout over a long span of years.  Blackwater Canyon is one of my favorite areas.

John, how did you know??

Mark Boyce posted:

I dug the rest of my Western Maryland information out of that closet last evening.  There was more than I remembered.  Seven hard back books, a couple paperback books, two 3" magazine boxes, and miscellaneous papers.  Yes I would say there was an interest in the WM.  I had looked at various portions from Cumberland on int West Virginia for inspiration for a layout over a long span of years.  Blackwater Canyon is one of my favorite areas.

John, how did you know??

You know its funny how things just fall into place some times.  You are so lucky to have a HUGE head start.

John,

Oh please don't worry about when you get back to me!  There are all too many things that take priority for all of us.

Head start or stalled for a dozen years now picking back up?  I found my last hand drawn plan and written description for my HO layout that never got beyond bench work.  I will have to fiddle with it to scan and show everyone.  Basically it was Blackwater Canyon then over the top and down the Horth Branch of the Potomac, with branches to Mt Storm Power Station and Mines at Vindex Maryland.  It was still too much for a bigger room in HO.

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